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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %CORRUPTING PRETENTIOUS VIRTUES DOMINATION SYSTEM+030303 %APPEARANCES CONCENTRATE POWER CORRUPTION LOVERS+030303 %TRUTH DISHONESTY EXPOSE SUBVERT UNDERSTAND DEVILS+030303 %RESENTED CONFORMITY VULNERABLE POOR PEOPLE BELIEF+030303 %SUBMISSION SEXUAL DESIRES ABUSE INTIMACY PRIVACY+030303 %TRUST RESPECT REVERENCE LIMITATIONS MORTALITY GOD 030303 "The Domination System" is in the business of corrupting virtues to its own advantage --- appearing to be virtuous in order to concentrate power in domineering ways. True lovers need to work to expose the dishonesty which is central to the unilateral plans of "The Domination System"; to subvert the pretentious appearances of the faithful supporters of "The Domination System". Symptoms of the lack of integrity among supporters of "The Domination System" are pointed to below: 1. Resented conformity by vulnerable poor people. 2. Resented doctrines and confessional statements. 3. Resented misleading religious beliefs. 4. Resented unilateral assignments of roles-to-play. 5. Resented submission to unilateral demands/plans. 6. Resented abuse of openness and honesty. 7. Resented abuse of intimacy and sexual desires. 8. Resented abuse of respect, honor, reverence. 9. Resented abuse of privacy, trust, vulnerability. 10. Resented coercive disciplines and controls. People of integrity do not threaten the integrities of people who are: thirsty, hungry, poor, homeless, naked, sick, dis-eased, confused, doubt-full, hope-less, submissive, ignorant, etc. People of integrity do not encourage or facilitate: 1. Submissive-conformity of any kind. 2. Domineering people of any kind. 3. Collusive games of mutual self-deception. 4. Coercive "love". 5. Violent "problem-solving". 6. Technocratic "problem-solving". 7. The concentration of power. 8. Pretentious posturing. 9. The identification of "evil-people". 10. The identification of "good-people". (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================